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The health of the people and the water of the state of Florida
being auctioned off by a block of elected politicians backed by big
oil company lobbyists. And our House representative is one of them.
September 17, the Florida League of Women voters called a town hall
in the Orlando area to address public concerns over industry plans
to practice hydraulic acid fracturing on our fragile limestone
aquifers. Not coincidentally, HB 191, and SB 318, bills that call
for preempting Home Rule laws, for the express purpose of greasing
the skids for fracking in Florida, were quietly introduced that same
day by Rep Ray Wesley Rodrigues, Ft. Myers and Senator Garrett
The bill is backed by Continue reading No Fracked Gas Florida –Harriet Heywood →
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Do you like drinking swimming pool cleaner, table salt, automotive
anti-freeze, household cleaners, laundry detergent, hand soap,
disinfectants, sanitizers, glass cleaner, or anti-prespirants? NO?
all of these compounds are used in the hydraulic
fracturing process (fracking) implemented by Spectra Energy, whom
wish to build a pipeline through our county from Alabama to Florida.
Join VSU students and Lowndes county members in the viewing of
GASLAND part 2. Also, theres an organized movement opposing the new
pipeline through our county and state!
-Blake Spaghetty Clark
A bit of publicity about pipeline opposition.
Carlton Fletcher wrote for the Albany Herald Friday 1 Nov 2013,
‘Spectrabusters’ opposes 465-mile Alabama-Georgia-Florida natural gas pipeline:
A proposed natural gas pipeline through Dougherty County could distribute a billion cubic feet of gas daily,
noting under a pipeline map,
The proposed Sabal Trail Pipeline could potentially come through a portion of Dougherty County.
The story did not include this
Spectra map of Dougherty County:
In the Albany Herald story:
But if a determined and growing list of landowners in Georgia,
Florida and Alabama have a say in the matter, no Spectra
Energy-financed shovelful of earth will ever be turned.
A grassroots group calling itself Spectrabusters has grown from
common concern over issues surrounding the Sabal Trail Pipeline, and
the group clearly states its platform on the spectrabusters.org
website: “This site is dedicated to sharing information about
the pipeline and working with people from across the area to make
sure this unnecessary pipeline is never built.”
website is Continue reading SpectraBusters in Albany Herald →